Richard Armitage talks to the AP during an interview on location for "Berlin Station," June 28, 2017.
AP Photo/Markus Schreiber
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Carrying on where "Berlin Station" left off at the end of its first season, the German capital is very much a part of the modern spy thriller for season two, set amid a changing world order.The first season saw agent Daniel Miller (Richard Armitage) on a clandestine mission to uncover the source of a leak in the CIA's Berlin station – a plot that drew on the real-life experiences of WikiLeaks and Chelsea Manning.New characters this year include Palmer, who plays April Lewis, a new CIA case officer on her first field assignment, and Judd as BB Yates, the CIA's new station chief.Taking a break from two days of filming over the summer at Berlin's Benjamin Franklin hospital, Judd says the show's writers were meticulous in their research to weave as realistic a plot as possible.
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